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- 03:42 PM Ruby trunk Feature #13118: Array#at(*indexes); Array#at([indexes])
- `Array#values_at` already exists for this purpose:
a.values_at(0,1) #=> ["a", "b"]
- 09:58 PM Ruby trunk Bug #13069: mkmf: ignore linker warnings on OpenBSD
- I think this is a better fix. This keeps the `:werror` behavior in `Logging::postpone`, it just turns off the use of...
- 09:03 PM Ruby trunk Bug #13069 (Open): mkmf: ignore linker warnings on OpenBSD
- Some of the warnings were addressed in r57189, r57190, and r57191. However, I think we should rethink checking for a...
- 05:58 PM Ruby trunk Bug #13069: mkmf: ignore linker warnings on OpenBSD
- Personally, I think it would be better to just check the return code and ignore the content of the log file. Are the...
- 05:10 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12944: Change Kernel#warn to call Warning.warn
- Since the ruby_2_4 branch will be created on Friday, I think this patch needs to be merged by then. If additional ch...
- 03:42 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12944: Change Kernel#warn to call Warning.warn
- In order to handle embedded arrays (similar to how puts handles them), the attached patch flattens the array, process...
- 04:27 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12944: Change Kernel#warn to call Warning.warn
- The attached patch uses `rb_ary_join` to create the string to pass to `Warning.warn`, which should do a better job of...
- 03:33 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12882: Add caller/file/line information to internal Kernel#warn calls
- matz, can you update this ticket and let me know which of these four options you prefer:
1) Add :caller keyword ar...
- 03:24 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12944: Change Kernel#warn to call Warning.warn
- This didn't make 2.4.0rc1, but as matz has already accepted it, it should probably be committed before 2.4.0 final. ...
- 05:28 PM Ruby trunk Bug #13022: Nested array syntax error returns nil
- Yes, this is expected behavior. Ruby parses this as:
[[1,3], [5,6].(11, 15), [17,22]]
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